AP Writing: Writing tools, helpful tips, rubrics, resources for the AP TEST

These links are designed to help you with the AP writing basics and rubrics.  I cover everything you need to know in class but these should be helpful in case you are absent or just want an overall review.  
 
VIDEO:  HOW TO WRITE THE DBQ:  Highly recommended.
 
 
VIDEO: HOW  TO WRITE THE LEQ: Highly recommended.
 
VIDEO: HOW TO WRITE THE SAQ: Khan Academy
 
HOW TO WRITE THE DBQ: Khan Academy
 
HOW TO WRITE THE LEQ: Khan Academy
 
STUDENT SAMPLES Graded by AP College Board with clear explanations for each part of the rubric.   
 
 
 
 
https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-us-history-dbq-2018.pdf?course=ap-united-states-history (Student samples graded by AP College Board. Topic American Revolution
 
See AP Cold War Student Sample LEPs directly below (pdf)
 
 
(This link is divided into the 9 AP Historical Units.  In each you have a generous choice of DBQs, LEQs and SAQs but NO Student Samples with explanation) 
 
 
Tom Richey's 8 part DBQ/LEQ series https://www.tomrichey.net/8montharchive.html
 
http://www.tomrichey.net/8montharchive.html    These are the links to how to write a bang up AP DBQ or LEQ
https://apcentral.collegeboard.org/pdf/ap-us-history-leq-2018.pdf?course=ap-united-states-history  This link has student responses and official AP grading explanations.  Question has to do with the technology and change.
For practice tests click on this link